PSY 333D • Intro to Developmental Psychology
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
This course is meant to provide advanced introduction to the study of developmental psychology from conception through adolescence. Emphasis will be on normal physical, social, cognitive, and language development. In addition to learning basic developmental concepts, students are expected to become familiar with various research designs and procedures that have been used in the research literature. Students are also made aware of existing controversies in the literature, and as such are encouraged to view developmental psychology as an exciting, evolving discipline.
Three objective, multiple choice exams; out-of-class activities; in-class activities.
Sigleman & Rider: Life Span Human Development. 4th Edition Sattler et al.: Lifespan Development in Context